Shower Screens: The Definitive Guide

The modern bathroom design has changed in the recent decades. While the shower space remains a private part of the home, with no apparent first impression value, it’s now becoming among the top considerations in real estate.

This shift comes from the idea that all good homes should have a luxurious shower and bath, as comfort is what every house should provide. When choosing between modern materials, glass is always the first option and with today’s contemporary building designs, both flexibility and clarity are prized.

This guide covers everything you need to know about glass shower screens from questions regarding to price to custom glass shower screen installation and much, much, more!

Part 1

Frameless Shower Screen Price Questions


With any home building or renovation project, one of the most common questions and concerns relates to price. This holds especially true with glass fittings – particularly when it comes to frameless shower screen price. The truth is, as you probably expected, a customised frameless glass sliding door or screen is higher in price than a pre-fabricated one. But, as any savvy custom home builder knows, price isn’t everything.

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Part 2

Glass Types For Your Shower Screen


When you choose a frameless glass shower screen for your shower, you are choosing quality, ambience, sophistication and class. As well as being aesthetically stunning, they are easy to clean and are perfect for any size bath or shower room. Before you go ahead and order your glass shower screen, take a look at the different types of glass available so you are best placed to choose the glass that perfectly suits you and your family.

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Part 3

Creating Extra Room With Frameless Shower Screens

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Open concept home designs are all the rage right now. City life is on the rise and for some of us, space can be limited. In order to make a space appear larger, Nordic influences with simple designs, hard surfaces, lots of light, and open spaces are very in. When it comes to bathroom designs, the trends are the same! The addition of a frameless shower screen to a bathroom allows the room to be open, airy, and bright – no matter how large the shower is.

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Part 4

Frameless Sliding Shower Screens

Frameless sliding shower screens

One of the hottest trends in bathroom design at the moment is frameless sliding shower screens – and for good reason. A sliding shower screen can be advantageous in a small bathroom where you don’t have a lot of room for a hinged door to open out. Plus, frameless sliding shower screens look stylish and luxurious and make your bathroom feel very spa-like.

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Part 5

Shower Screen Hinges


Have you considered the importance of the shower screen hinges you choose for your glass shower screen door? When you think about hinges, you probably conjure up an image of a small, inconsequential, uninteresting item of hardware that you can hold in the palm of your hand. Far from unimportant however, hinges can make or break a door! Here’s a look at why, and what you need to consider when choosing the hinges for your glass shower screen door.

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Part 6

Shower Screen Wall Channels

Shower Screens

When you’re looking to install or repair a frameless shower screen, you have several options for fastening the glass panels to the floor, wall, and ceiling. Typically, silicone has been used as a fastener to join and seal the shower screens in your bathroom. However, in a shower, the constant running water has a habit of wearing away at the silicone, causing it to degrade, break down, collect dirt, and sometimes, grow mould. A more modern and sanitary way to fasten the shower screens to their base is to use wall channels.

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Part 7

Shelving Brace Tips For Shower Screen Installation

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The best glass shower screens achieve a balance between the practical and the aesthetically beguiling. The shower screen must be structurally strong and sound, but at the same time, crystal clear, a fluid and natural extension of the shower area, and with no overly conspicuous reinforcements or unseemly abutments. Is it possible to achieve this in your shower screen installation, particularly with more ornate or sophisticated designs? With corner glass shelving braces, the answer to this question is a resounding yes!

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Part 8

Shower Door Handles

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Your glass shower door handle is your connection to your oasis of bliss. It is your way into your shower in the morning to awaken your senses and prepare you for the day ahead. The place you head to for relief after a hard day, to relax and soothe away your cares, both physically and mentally. What do you need to consider when you choose a handle for your shower screen; what are the most popular shower door handles or most successful designs and why?

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Part 9

Custom Finishes


A frameless shower is one of the most beautiful options for your bathroom. Electroplating different metal finishes can allow you to create a truly elegant and beautiful custom frameless shower finish that looks luxurious and unique. When you pay attention to the little details such as the finish of the metal in your shower design, you will give your bathroom more of a luxury special touch.

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Part 10

Bath Shower Screens


It’s an annoying problem that we all struggle with: when we get out of the shower there is a puddle on the floor due to water splashing out over the bath. Not only does this make the bathroom floor wet and unpleasant, it also can cause damage to the floor, increase the likelihood of mould over time, or even cause an accident or personal injury. So what can we do to prevent water sloshing out of the shower over your bath and onto the floor? The best answer is simply bath shower screens.

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Part 11

Protecting Shower Glass


Limescale is the chalky, off white deposit that is often found on the inside of your shower screens. If you have ever tried to scrub away limescale, you’ll know that it is incredibly difficult to remove. If it is not cleaned constantly, the limescale will start to build up and will eventually etch itself into the glass and become almost impossible to clean.

If you were to look at the surface of the glass under a microscope, you would see that it has a fine and porous surface that the water sticks to. The deposits will fill up the small pits within the surface, making it even more difficult to clean. So, what’s the solution?

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